1. Intercultural communication – a description
2. 5.5 Proxemics: personal space and territoriality
Over the last 50-60 years, the world has seen a wave of globalization. It has resulted in an increasing need for intercultural communication. Intercultural communication is communication across cultural boundaries.
There has also been increasing international integration, in politics, tourism and trade, which has made it much more important for people to be able to communicate with each other and thus avoid misunderstandings.